Missing millions from undelivered warships traced to S’pore firms

Under probe: The CEO of a company believed to be connected with the non-delivery of six LCS was remanded for three days to assist in the investigation.

PUTRAJAYA: An investigation into the non-delivery of six littoral combat ships (LCS) have led investigators on a trail to millions of ringgit, believed to be connected with the project, to three Singapore-based companies.

Sources with knowledge of the case said the latest discovery has led to the detention of two individuals.

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